The tarmac is very black now for example. Hi Peter, thanks, it's working now. . In the past the R6 version was available as the R5 version was ready. I have forwarded the crash information to the developers of Vray. Hi Konstantin, I mailed the details already to. Please let us know if you have any other issues with the new update or simply how you find working with it.
Thank you for helping us improve Rhino. It will be supported in the next service pack of V-Ray in about a month or so. Here what ran without issues: V-Ray 3. The result with the new version is a lot different. We have internal builds of Rhino 6 support. It appears the crash happened in a plug-in called Vray.
Do you see any messages that indicate the cause of the crash? My graphics card is a bit dated though. Uninstalled and rolled back to 3. If you would like to see how you machine fares in comparison with those of other V-Ray users, visit. I hope that does not mean I have to readjust hundred of material files. If not, we can arrange a TeamViewer session so that we can investigate further on your system. Glad to hear your compatibility issue is gone.
If you want you can Skype me though. Thank you for letting us know about this problem. The previous version of Vray ran flawlessly. Our support will contact you asap. Using the free version for anything business related which talking about my business software Vray surely is is not permissible.
Only installed the new Vray version. I like to stress, I did not change any settings in the file. Unfortunately I can not test it, it always crashes on start up. One issue I noticed is with materials though. When will Vray work with Rhino 6.
If your response is that I need to upgrade the machine what would be the best to augment in a first step to use Vray to the max? From a user standpoint thats a pain in the neck. Hi Pretty Picture Girl, Can you give us some more information on your issue with 3. There is only so much we can do to keep supporting outdated material structure without inhibiting the advancement of V-Ray technology. Regards, Boris Simandoff Director Engineering Chaos GroupSounds like bad news. . . .
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